5 Organizational Tips for Entrepreneurs

  1. Erica says:

    Great tips! I like to batch content too.

    • Jul's says:

      Thanks so much Erica! Glad you found my tips helpful. When I learned about batching content, it was an “Aha” moment and game changer as an entrepreneur.

  2. April says:

    #5, #5, #5! this tip always helps me, but i don’t always do it! 😀 thanks for the wonderful reminders, jul’s.

    • Jul's says:

      #practice, #practice, #practice April…the more you schedule a block of time for batching tasks or projects, the sooner it will happen more often and become a habit.

  3. Annie says:

    Aloha and Thanks Jul’s for the helpful tips. I’ve been meaning to make biz cards! Do you have a favorite on line source for inexpensive and simple cards?
    Big Island, Hawaii

    • Jul's says:

      Aloha Annie,

      I like Vistaprint for inexpensive biz cards – http://vistaprint.com. They even have design people who will help you if you need it.


  4. Susie Vail says:

    Great tips for getting things done. I really guilty when it comes to the business cards. Love the idea of leaving some in the glove compartment and purse.

    • Jul's says:

      Hey Susie, So glad you liked my tip about biz cards in your purse and car…So many times that has helped me present my most professional and prepared self when I did not remember I ran out of biz cards or was low on cards.

  5. Lorraine says:

    Yup, if it’s not in my calendar, it doesn’t exist! Great post Jul’s – well done!

    • Jul's says:

      So true Lorraine…than you for the praise, and so happy you liked my post. That’s the thing about scheduling…if we keep it in our very overloaded and busy minds….it’s relying on luck not making a commitment.

  6. Valerie says:

    Great tips to start the new business year off right. Excellent focus points on calendaring key deliverables, appointments, and batch tasking. Thank you Jul’s.

    • Jul's says:

      Happy you liked my tips, Valerie! Starting the year off on a positive right track for our businesses and sanity is so important. Simple as scheduling on one’s calendar and batching tasks/projects may be, actually implementing these steps so they become a habit can be all the difference in running a successful, sustainable business and scrambling.

  7. Lindajane says:

    Great idea to have an accountability partner. Thanks!

    • Jul's says:

      Indeed, Linda Janeand accountability partner can really help to remind one to work on one’s business, not in one’s business. We entrepreneurs cannot do it all on our own. Having partners in biz is essential to sustainability for me.

  8. Ty says:

    Couldn’t agree more – great tips to ensure a successful professional life.

    • Jul's says:

      Aww, coming from you, Tyryn, a young man so professional and personable in his career, that means the world to me, that you found my tips helpful. I learn a lot of my lessons from you, young man! If there is anyone out there that is the epitome of intuitively knowing what is essential in work and life, it’s you.

  9. Helen says:

    You are so right, great ideas. Just got new business cards and will put them in all my bags.

    • Jul's says:

      Lol… I suppose we ought to create a new saying, “You can never have too many business cards stashed in strategic places.” I even have some ready, along with my marketing postcards ready in a clear 4 x 6 poly zip bag for networking events…I just grab and go. Thanks for your comment Helen.

  10. Bianca says:

    Great tips Jul’s! I always love your tips and I always learn something new!

    • Jul's says:

      Bianca, you’ve made my day! I’m so chuffed you love my tips and learn something new each time, coming from a pro entrepreneur like you. this means so much!

  11. Marta says:

    I will get some business cards as soon as possible!

    • Jul's says:

      Well done you Marta! A business card is a first impression and an invitation to learn more about how we can help someone solve a problem that we have skill and expertise with.

  12. Diane says:

    great tips love how you explain them so succinctly and clearly

  13. Beth says:

    Wonderful blog post about getting organized Juls! I am one who can lose myself in Social Media and meaningless tasks, so I know I need to work on focus and organization. It helps to have goals you are working on with specific tasks. Thanks for the great tips!

    • Jul's says:

      Oh yes Beth! Social Media can be a time stressed indeed. Onward to meeting goals with specific tasks! Thank you and you are welcome!

  14. Anne says:

    People with busy bee lives — that’s all of us — need help staying on top of it. Jul’s 5 tips help you do just that. Plus, she makes it fun.

    • Jul's says:

      Thank you so much Anne! Fun is the way I inspire myself and those I work with to take action! Our lives are so full with way too much information and micro decisions we are facing daily. If my tips, simple as they are yet profound in their effect, can help, I am happy 🙂

  15. Gemma says:

    Great tips Jul’s! I am guilty for never having business cards with me but it’s mainly because I need new ones. (I justed added it to Asana!)

    • Jul's says:

      Fabulous Gemma! Way to take action. I know we online entrepreneurs sometimes forget our calling card is still our business card, and we meet potential clients and referral partners out in the “real world” too.

  16. Angela says:

    Great post! Love all those tips. I’m so guilty of having Shiny Object Syndrome, so I nee to make sure I’m not doing anything that’s not on the calendar. Thanks for the reminder Jul’s!

    • Jul's says:

      SOS or Shiny Object Syndrome is in my DNA too! I combat it with practicing single mindedness. Angela, for years, I wrote appointments and items on my calendar, and then would forget to check it…so I have learned how to help myself get out of the way and use my calendar 😉

  17. April says:

    What a host of valuable resources you share here, Jul’s! That can be the sticky part of business – not knowing which tools are really helpful! Thanks for sharing such valuable tips and resources!! (I have to admit, I’ve been THAT person without a business card, so thanks for the kick in the rear!!)

    • Jul's says:

      Lol April…the way I devise my tips is by needing to create them to make myself reap the benefits of being organized. My biz card tips came about from when I first began my organizing business and would be THAT person without a business card…so now I have it down to a science. Glad my post motivated you 🙂

  18. helaina says:

    Jul’s, as someone who is just starting to develop a flow as an entrepreneur, this post is a clear, ORGANIZED, not overwhelming way to prioritize. Now I need me some business/post cards. Excellent work!

    • Jul's says:

      Thanks so much Helaina! That’s super that you are developing your flow in your business. Seems many readers have been motivated to get business cards too.

  19. Melanie says:

    Jul’s your tips were awesome. I went out and added items I was trying to remember to my calendar, and added more business cards to my purse and car (I’m notorious for not having one when I need it). Thanks so much.

  20. Jul's says:

    Fantastic Melanie! It’s these little steps, when done consistently, make us more efficient, effective and productive at work, so we have more time to spend with those we love as a result. You go woman!

  21. Jul’s these tips are great. As the classic creative spaghetti brain, I really struggle to stay focused and on top of things. I would definitely say I’m a sprinter, so batching tasks and content makes total sense for me!

    • Jul's says:

      You are speaking my language Jude! I would say my right brain can foray into spaghetti land, and my left brain wants order and efficiency. I love batching!

  22. Christy says:

    I soooo needed to hear this today! Thanks Jul’s!

    • Jul's says:

      My pleasure Christy! It’s little doable tips that can help entrepreneurs go from overwhelmed to calm, cool and collected. Thanks for you comment.

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